Reflections: Class of 2015 Graduates

The Foster Evening MBA is known for its collaborative culture, thanks to its students who enjoy helping others succeed. In true Foster form, recent graduates from the Class of 2015 share their takeaways from the Evening MBA Program.

Greg Uratsu

Greg Uratsu, Evening MBA Class of 2015

Greg Uratsu, Evening MBA Class of 2015

Top Foster Evening MBA takeaway: “I found that the best way to enhance your experience at Foster is to trust your classmates and get out of your comfort zone with them – both in and outside of the classroom.”

Advice for incoming students: “Time stops for no one; if you have time and interest in a Foster event – do it now!  A future unforeseen event may occur and you may never be able to attend later.”

Owen Ho

Owen Ho, Evening MBA Class of 2015

Top Foster Evening MBA takeaway: “Stay curious. Always be helpful to your friends, classmates, and people around you.  Relationship is the key.  Like Dan Poston & Tim Hossain mentioned at orientation, focus on mastering the 3Cs (Competency, Connection, Confidence) and live the Foster values.”

Advice for incoming students: “Be resourceful, take interesting risks, make amazing mistakes, and don’t let people’s opinions drown out your inner voice.”